A series of four lectures at Southwell Minster to mark 125 years since his birth.
Communicating faith through stories: Reflections on C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia
Professor Alister McGrath
Sunday 21 May at 4.30pm (after Evensong) in the Nave
C. S. Lewis as Poet
Revd Malcolm Guite
Sunday 11 June at 4.30pm (after Evensong) in The State Chamber
Malcolm Guite is a Christian poet and songwriter and amazing performer, the perfect guide to the little-known poetry of C. S. Lewis.
He also writes the weekly ‘Poet’s Corner’ column in The Church Times and is the author of books on literature and theology.
The Depth of Words: C. S. Lewis’s Language, Faith and Fiction
Dr Jem Bloomfield
Sunday 16 July at 4.30pm (after Evensong) in The State Chamber
Silent Planet? Lewis’s Eco-theology
Rev’d Canon Professor Alison Grant Milbank
Sunday 17 September at 4.30pm (after Evensong) in The State Chamber